Buckley resident Sassy Girl jumps (in slo-mo) at Spring Fair DockDogs event

"Sassy Girl by the river" participated in the Washington Spring Fair Dock Dogs event, where dogs jump from a dock into a pool as far as they can.

Sassy Girl in her Wonder Woman costume.

“Sassy Girl by the river” participated in the Washington Spring Fair Dock Dogs event, where dogs jump from a dock into a pool as far as they can.

Sassy Girl was born in Enumclaw on a dairy farm by the Enumclaw sales barn.

She currently lives in Buckley with her companion, a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel named Laci and her big brother who is an Arabian horse.

With Puget Sound Dock Dogs she often competes in her “Wonder Woman” costume.

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